In a bid to deliberate upon how to develop sustainable healthcare delivery model where people of every strata of the society could avail accessible and affordable medical facilities, Elets Technomedia along with eHealth is all set to organise the Annual Healthcare Innovation Summit on 10-11 December in Delhi.
The summit’s objective is to leverage digital technologies, disseminate information regarding the latest trends and practices, skills and resources, and create channels for collaboration and consensus among key stakeholders.
The two-day summit will witness congregation of who’s who of healthcare ecosystem including top policymakers, international experts, industry leaders and decision makers of hospitals who would shed light on various aspects of patient care, including existing challenges and how new-age technologies and innovative practices could be a game changer to bridge infrastructural gaps.
The policymakers and experts likely to grace the occasion include Jai Pratap Singh, Minister for Medical, Health and Family Welfare, Government of Uttar Pradesh; Alexander Laloo Hek, Minister for Health and Family Welfare, Government of Meghalaya; H.E. Moe Kyaw Aung, Ambassador, Embassy of The Republic of The Union of Myanmar; Rohit Kumar Singh, Additional Chief Secretary, Department of Medical, Health & family Welfare, Government of Rajasthan; Dr Nitin Madan Kulkarni, Secretary, Department of Health & Family Welfare, Government of Jharkhand; S Suresh Kumar, Joint Secretary & Additional CEO, Government e Marketplace (GeM), Ministry of Commerce & Industry, Government of India; Gayatri Mishra, Joint Secretary, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare; Dr Neeta Verma, Director General (NIC) Ministry of Electronics & Information Technology, Government of India; and Gyanesh Pandey Managing Director, HSCC (India) Ltd.
Top industry leaders including Dr Sangita Reddy, Joint Managing Director, Apollo Group of Hospitals; Dr Nandakumar Jairam Chairman & Group Managing Director, Columbia Asia Hospitals; and Aloke Mullick, Group Chief Executive Officer, Omni Hospitals will also likely to grace the occasion.
Healthcare luminaries would deliberate upon how existing delivery mechanism could be improved and how both public and private sector could work in coherence to make things improve in considerable manner.
The theme of the summit is ‘Transforming Healthcare Spectrum through Research, Innovation and Conducive Policy: Leveraging Digital India and Ayushman Bharat Programs- The Road Ahead’ where policymakers and healthcare experts would ponder best practices being leveraged to provide better care.
Other important topics on which healthcare stalwarts dwell their thoughts , include ‘Role of Public Private Partnership for Effective Primary & Secondary Healthcare Sector – Road Ahead’; ‘Healthcare in Today’s Digital India’; ‘Leveraging New Age Technology & Innovation Like AI, IoT, Robotics, ML for ensuring Quality & Affordable Healthcare: Challenges & Opportunities’; ‘Role of Public Private Partnership for Effective Primary & Secondary Healthcare Sector – Road Ahead’; and Emergence of Medical Device Manufacturing Industry in India’
The Summit will also acknowledge exemplary work of leaders and organization under ‘Healthcare Transformation Leader’s Award 2019’ and Annual Healthcare Excellence Awards 2019.